...I use many examples and problems, starting with easy ones and working up to harder ones. As they progress I help them see how these particular examples and problems fit into the big ideas they are studying. I have also found that study skills and organization play a large role in students' academic success, and that certain study techniques are particularly useful for math and physics.
Pikesville, MDView Tutor
...I have worked with calculus students since I took calculus myself five years ago and feel very comfortable teaching the material. While receiving a BS in physics at University, I received many opportunities to teach and tutor underclassmen physics courses. I have worked as a learning assistant for General Physics I & II, both calculus and non-calculus based.
Towson, MDView Tutor
...I was a long time user of MS Project in an industrial environment. At Becton Dickinson (1992-1999) as a senior engineer I was responsible for planning all of our projects in Project. As a senior engineer, I was responsible for scheduling and tracking my own piece of the project as well as integrating the timelines of my subordinates to create a full schedule for the mechanical team.
Owings Mills, MDView Tutor
...I use an easy approach to AP chemistry, AP physics, and AP calculus. I received my Masters Degree in chemistry. I also majored in Organic Chemistry at the graduate school of Johns Hopkins University.All college level chemistry courses and AP chemistry College level calculus I, II, & III; and High school AP Calculus AB & C GRE quantitative only.
Baltimore, MDView Tutor
...It has always been my belief that it is not the subject a student dislikes, but its presentation. Anyone can learn the basics of physics and math if they are given the opportunity to learn it with their own strengths. I have specifically taught and tutored Physics as well as AP Physics B, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics.
Ellicott City, MDView Tutor